Name: Motorsport Manager
Version: 1.5 - Endurance Series
Release Date: 1 Nov, 2017
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.10 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: Core 2 @ 2.5 GHz
Web Site: http://www.motorsportmanager.com/
Epic tests of man and machine
Go the distance, with a brand new two-class endurance championship to test your mettle. Keep track of your drivers’ alertness using the new stamina bar, and swap them out at the crucial moment.
New race lengths and rules
Drive over 90 minutes, 3 hours or even 6 hour epic races!
Six drivers per team
Manage a group and find the drivers with the strength, skill and stamina combinations to win you the race. Test your wits over average lap qualifying, picking two drivers per car and building the best average lap time.
Beautiful endurance cars
Take in the iconic curves and sleek lines as you guide your mechanical masterpieces to championship wins
Be a part of the rivalry
Twenty-four cars compete in each race, jostling for lap times as they seek to win out over their greatest threats
New ERS options, new rolling starts and more
A new way of playing the game you love
Embark on a fresh Motorsport Manager challenge with the Endurance Series. Take iconic long-distance cars for the ride of your life as you navigate epic distances with the goal of winning championships. Try two new competitions - IEC A and B - and meet new teams along the way. Experience new race lengths - 90 minutes, 3 hours or even 6 hours!
Manage six drivers per team as you strive to find the best combination of drivers to score you the best times. Manage a new layer of race strategy as you keep a careful eye on their stamina, and be prepared to make tough calls during the longest races yet. Design your machines with survival and speed in mind as you put them to the test in entirely new conditions.
New rules, such as average qualifying time, present a new challenge as you seek to build a team which outdoes the sum of its parts. Find consistency and the sweet spot for your drivers, allowing them to hit a state of perfect flow and become ‘Fired Up’, improving their lap times.
Tweak your car’s setup to focus on a particular driver, or seek to achieve a balance that takes in both styles. But above all: stop watching, start winning, take control.